Published July 5, 2012 | 7:35 pm
Thursday, July 5, 2012 – 14:35Saanj News
Pressure has been growing on soccer’s governing body following a series of high-profile incidents over the years where teams have not been awarded goals even though the ball has clearly crossed the line.
Hijab was also previously been banned due to safety concerns and because it was not recognized in the laws of the game.
Last year the women's soccer team from Iran were prevented from playing their 2012 Olympic second round qualifying match against Jordan because they refused to remove their hijabs before kickoff.